LG UltraWide Monitor Announced at CES 2020
We are still in the thick of tech news heaven at CES 2020, bringing you the latest and greatest announcements from the top brands in tech.
LG has made some announcements for new monitors this year. We’ve known for a while that LG was planning to reveal five brand new monitors at CES 2020, one of which will be the UltraWide 38WN95C model.
Jang Ik-hwan, head of LG IT business division said: “Our 2020 monitor lineup surpasses expectations with professional-level performance, picture quality and speed.”
LG UltraWide Monitor Specifications
The LG UltraWide monitor offers an impressive 38 inches-wide curved QHD+ display that promises to take your gaming to the next level. This is roughly three times as many pixels as a standard Full HD monitor at 1920 x 1080p resolution, which gives you greater space and flexibility while gaming, watching media, writing code, or working.
The 3840 x 1600p display features 1ms Nano IPS with a refresh rate of 144Hz. The Nano IPS display also covers 98% of the DCI P3 colour space. This means the monitor will be able to offer a fantastic HDR experience that produces realistic and natural images and graphics.
As the monitor supports DisplayPort Adaptive Sync, this makes it compatible with both NVIDIA G-SYNC and also AMD’s Freesync.
Where To Buy
While we have known about these monitors for a while, they have only really be confirmed during CES. It’s still early days and LG have not yet given us an idea on pricing or when these monitors will be available for purchase. Once we hear more, we will keep you updated on where to go for the best deals.
We know that LG has a few more monitors lined up for this year’s CES, so be sure to check out our other posts on LG monitors. We will also be bringing you more tech news as and when we hear of it, as well as any updates on release dates and prices we have in the future.